10 Best Tech Jobs in the U.S. in 2016

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Mobile Developer

With the advent of the Apple iPhone, our culture changed. We now have access to everything and everyone nearly 24/7. While some may say we're over connected, it's critical for businesses to provide easy points of access for their customers. As such, mobile developers are in high demand.

Job Openings: Over 2,200
Median Base Salary: $90,000
Career Opportunity: 3.8
Job Score: 4.6

A recent Glassdoor survey found that 45 percent of respondents are planning to search for a new job in 2016. With a shortage in qualified applicants for in-demand tech positions, IT pros have the luxury of being selective about the jobs they choose. So which are the best tech jobs for 2016?

Glassdoor has released their list of the top 25 jobs in the U.S. for 2016. From this list, we've pulled the top 10 tech jobs and featured them in this slideshow. The 25 best jobs were selected based on each job's overall Glassdoor Job Score, which was determined using three key factors – earning potential based on median annual base salary, career opportunities rating and the number of job openings. The jobs that made the list stand out across all three categories.

 

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